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Because financial information is eaten like pastries, hot and at breakfast, Anthony Bondain gets up early in the morning to serve you the Morning Meeting each morning.
He has been a financial journalist and stockbroker for over twenty years, an inimitable columnist and phlegmatic leader. He is editor-in-chief of ZoneBourse.

Every morning, before the opening of the European markets, you will find a selection of recommendations from analysts covering the main markets of the old continent. The list only includes companies that have changed their opinion or price target, or have been re-checked. It will probably be updated during the meeting. This information sheds light on the movements of particular stocks or the market sentiment on a company.

  • 2CRSi, Spie and Clasquin replace Hexaom, SQLI and Reworld in Portzamparc’s April High Five list.
  • Acciona: AlphaValue moves from reducing to accumulating by targeting EUR 203.
  • Aéroports de Paris: Goldman Sachs goes from neutral to sell and aims at 110 euros.
  • Banca Popolare di Sondrio: Jefferies starts the call waiting with a target of 3.80 EUR.
  • Basic-Fit: Credit Suisse starts tracking outperformance by targeting EUR 50.
  • Cargotec: Credit Suisse moves from outperformance to neutral by targeting EUR 35.
  • Delivery Hero: Berenberg stays long with a price target raised from EUR 75 to EUR 88.
  • Diageo: Jefferies stays long with a target increased from 4100 to 4400 GBp.
  • Faurecia: Barclays lowers its target price from EUR 55 to EUR 40.
  • Fraport: Goldman Sachs goes from neutral to long and aims at 64 euros.
  • Global Fashion Group: Berenberg remains long with a price target lowered from EUR 12 to EUR 7.
  • Hochschild Mining: Berenberg moves from hold to buy targeting 160 GBp.
  • Klépierre: JP Morgan moves from neutral to underweight, targeting EUR 21.
  • Netcompany: ABG resumes purchasing monitoring, targeting DKK 685.
  • Orange Belgium: HSBC moves from buying to holding, with a target of EUR 21.
  • Polymetal: Berenberg switches from buy to hold and aims for 300 GBp.
  • Randstad: HSBC goes from keeping to buying, aimed at 70 euros.
  • Repsol: Jefferies goes from holding to buying, aiming for 15 euros.
  • Rio Tinto: Berenberg remains long with a price target of 5700 to 6700 GBp.
  • Standard Chartered: Jefferies stays long with a price target raised from 855 to 972 GBp.
  • Ströer: HSBC is moving from buying to holding, with a target of EUR 70.
  • Technogym: Credit Suisse starts tracking at neutral, targeting EUR 7.20.
  • TotalEnergies: Jefferies goes from buying to holding, aiming for EUR 50. 2022

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